Blast

The elementary art of interiors. This expressive, large-format design care of Bodo Sperlein has its creative roots in Vorticism, a specifically English contribution to Modernism. Parallel to Cubism, this art form emerged in the early 20th century. Bodo Sperlein has now reinterpreted it for our millennium. As a generous jacquard pattern on a very fine thread cotton base, Blast’s Vorticist Cubist motif reveals its graphic effect in situ convincing us as a flambuoyant eyecatcher.


Use

Bedspread, Curtain, Cushions, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

30% polyester, 70% cotton

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 140 cm

Care

Care b

Shrinkage ca. 2-4%

Article Notes

Inspiring products

  • Amalia

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    Amalia captivates customers with a feminine, floral pattern: filigree blossoms of hydrangea, coneflower and columbine look hand drawn. Thanks to its linen and lurex blend in the weft this drapery fabric radiates in a delicate shimmer unfolding in the light an interplay of depth and metallic sheen. The 8 summery tones toy with different metallic hues.

  • Allee

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    Like the interplay of light and shade when driving along a tree-lined avenue here transparent and opaque, hand-painted stripes alternate in this elegant burnt-out fabric. Its 30% metal admixture reinforces the dynamics of this design with a crushed effect. Allee is supplied in four colour combinations: in white or walnut on a bright background, in grey or ginger on a dark background. All styles come as positive and negative versions and can be combined with each other.

  • Belano FR

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    A much promising in-between in a choice of white and natural tints and also the fashionable colour aubergine. The creped wool-like structure and the resulting pleasant feel of Belano is achieved by the relatively high wool content. With its composition of 60% flame retardant polyester yarns and 40% wool, this fabric fulfils the requirements of project use.

  • Alpha 2.0

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    There is hardly any design which embodies so perfectly the roots of nya nordiska in the Scandinavian design language as the classical bicoloured stripe designs Jota, Kappa and Alpha 2.0. Even wider block stripes give the fabrics in their new edition a refreshing modernity. Made of pure cotton, the washable and durable natural fibres can be used especially for upholstery, decoration and table sets – in a vivid interplay of colours, they can be combined with the check designs Jota-Check 2.0, Kappa-Check 2.0, Alpha-Check 2.0, the tri-colour stripes Delta, four-colour stripes Mega as well as plain fabric Zeta 2.0.